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Connecting a USB device
You can connect a USB mass storage class device
such as a USB memory, Digital Audio Player etc. to
• For details about connecting USB devices, see
page 70 .
• You cannot connect a computer or portable HDD
to the USB input terminal.
• For playable file types and notes on using USB
devices, see page 75.
When a USB device is connected...
The source changes to
and playback starts.
• All tracks in the USB device will be played
repeatedly until you change the source.
Playable files on a USB device
• This unit can play the following types of files
stored in a USB mass storage class device.
• This unit can recognize a total of 5 000 files and
250 folders (a maximum of 999 files per folder).
• Make sure all important data has been backed up
to avoid losing the data.
Notes on using a USB device:
• This unit may not play back files in a USB device
properly when using a USB extension cable.
• USB devices equipped with special functions such
as data security functions cannot be used with the
• Do not use a USB device with 2 or more partitions.
• Depending on the shape of the USB devices and
connection ports, some USB devices may not be
attached properly or the connection might be
• This unit may not recognize a memory card
inserted into the USB card reader.
• When connecting with a USB cable, use the USB
The maximum number of characters (when the characters are 1 byte):
- Folder names: 128 characters
- File names: 128 characters
• Avoid using the USB device if it might affect
• Do not pull out and connect the USB device
repeatedly while "Reading" is shown on the
• Electrostatic shock at connecting a USB device
may cause abnormal playback of the device. In this
case, disconnect the USB device then reset this
unit and the USB device.
• Operation and power supply may not work as
intended for some USB devices.
• Do not leave a USB device in the car, or expose to
direct sunlight or high temperatures to prevent
deformation or damage to the device
Any video file that is .avi requires codecs. Most players don't have a comprehensive list of codecs on their chips though they have divx and xvid on many devices these days. divx and xvid are codec types of .avi. Types such as .mpg or .mpeg or mp3 or mp4 are older and more compatible with most equipment. mkv may not work
I suggest you try this conversion program and if it works the uninstall the other conversion programs. Check the specification of your MP3 player to determine the type of video file format it uses. Most common video files that MP3 players use are, AVI and WMV, there may be others such as FLV, MOV and DivX. If your player cannot play a video then it is an incompatible video file format, then you need to convert that video file to a format that your MP3 player uses. After video conversion then copy the video files to your MP3 player using the USB cable from your computer. Click on this link for instructions on converting video files for MP3 players :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5874192-play_videos_mp3_player
These are the 2 possible causes and solution on that problem:
The format of the file on U.S.B device is not compatible to the format requirements of the DVD player.For example your DVD player required A.V.I or MPG/M-PEG for the video while the file format of your U.S.B is F.L.V and when you try to insert it to the U.S.B port the file doesn't read.You have to do is convert the file that store on your U.S.B device depends on the format requirement of your DVD.Use a total video converter to convert the file on your U.S.B to the format you need to play on the DVD player.
Or the problem could be the U.S.B itself,because the U.S.B host on this product does not supported all U.S.B device.Please try to use other mass media device such as memory card or mp3 players.
Before we convert BU to AVI, we need to figure out what is BU file format. BU files are uncommon files primarily associated with a Samsung DVR like CCTV (Closed-circuit television) recording system. Bu files contain surveillance video in a proprietary Samsung format and are playable on Samsung devices or with Samsung's video software. When you are trying to open a .BU file on Windows, Mac, media players, iOS, other portable devices, you will get the info that BU files are not supported by them.
To convert BU to AVI, we need a converting tool. Find Cicever BU Converter to have a try. It also provides a nice guide on how to convert BU to AVI here: http://www.cicever.com/how-to/bu-converter-player.html
1. In Menu scroll down to Setup 2. In Setup scroll down to USB Mode 3. In USB Mode there are 2 settings MSC Mode & MTP Mode, check or highlight MSC Mode. This enables the PC to recognize the player as a removable Device or Drive. 4. Connect to PC via USB port/cable, the PC now reads the device as MP-C70X5 (E:) 5. In WIN Explorer click “Open to View Files”, on display will be 6 .DIR folders & a .xml file 6. Now launch the VideoConvert.exe (application file) located on the installation disk. 7. Click Input Video button (Browse to the folder containing .avi files) & select .avi file for .mtv conversion (if you want to save the .mtv file to a different destination folder click the folder icon to the right of the Video Output text box). 8. In Output Frame Size box check 176X144 (this is the max size for this device). 9. In Output Frame Rate box check Sports Video. 10. The Output Audio Quality box defaults to Good. 11. Click Start Conversion button. 12. The saved .mtv file can now be copied to the device by simply dragging from its destination folder or ctrl + C & ctrl + V to the MOVIE.DIR folder in WIN Explorer as per step 5. 13 The .mtv file is now saved to the device ready for viewing, however there is just one remaining small lissue which may a software glich or another hassle with this player, because whilst playing video’s every 60 seconds in the background a womans voice exclaims what sounds like “Weeee Gamble” whatsup with that. ionfreez